Gigabyte showcases their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

Gigabyte showcases their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

Gigabyte showcases their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

 
Gigabyte has revealed their first Ryzen mini ITX motherboard, the GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi, which comes with overclocking support through AMD’s B350 chipset and includes WiFi support through the use of a 802.11ac WiFi card. 
 
There is an M.2 module on the rear of the motherboard and four USB 3.0 ports on the rear IO alongside dual USB 3.0 ports. This board also features HDMI and DisplayPort outputs, which will be utilised whenever this motherboard it paired with an APU. 

  

Gigabyte showcases their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

 

Just like most MITX motherboards, the GA-AB350 Gaming is restricted to dual slot DDR4 memory and a single PCIe 3.0 output, which isn’t really a restriction of the motherboard but a restriction of the MITX form factor. 

Gigabyte has not released the pricing or availability of this motherboard. 

  

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte’s first Ryzen MITX motherboard on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Gigabyte showcases their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

Gigabyte showcases their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

 
Gigabyte has revealed their first Ryzen mini ITX motherboard, the GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi, which comes with overclocking support through AMD’s B350 chipset and includes WiFi support through the use of a 802.11ac WiFi card. 
 
There is an M.2 module on the rear of the motherboard and four USB 3.0 ports on the rear IO alongside dual USB 3.0 ports. This board also features HDMI and DisplayPort outputs, which will be utilised whenever this motherboard it paired with an APU. 

  

Gigabyte showcases their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

 

Just like most MITX motherboards, the GA-AB350 Gaming is restricted to dual slot DDR4 memory and a single PCIe 3.0 output, which isn’t really a restriction of the motherboard but a restriction of the MITX form factor. 

Gigabyte has not released the pricing or availability of this motherboard. 

  

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte’s first Ryzen MITX motherboard on the OC3D Forums.